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2CAudio's second reverb is an algorithmic reverb plugin, and its release in 2011 followed the considerably more complex Aether. While Breeze has much in common with its forebear, it's not a straight cutdown version, and is certainly less CPU-intensive.
The interface is concisely laid out, with a familiar graph display that represents the reverb generated by the current settings. In this department, worthy of special mention is the Contour control, which essentially adjusts the amplitude envelope of the early stages of the reverb. It's a similar concept to the Attack/Sustain/Spread controls we love so much in Aether.
Putting Breeze to work in a mix is, well, a breeze! The relatively conservative control count means it's quick to get to grips with and doesn't leave you scratching your head as to how best to proceed.
We'd be more than happy to employ it in any mix situation, and it's a dab-hand at FX-orientated sounds, too. Breeze is for those who like their plugins to-the-point and easy-to-use, as there's really nothing superfluous to be found here.5 Stars